With hundreds of H1N1, or Swine flu cases in our state, it's not a surprise that some local day camp centers are seeing signs of what could be the flu.
At the Boys and Girls Club in Greenville, administrators have put a sign on the door asking parents if their child has a temperature to not drop them off.
According Executive Director Jay Faron, a few of the children had temperatures of over a 100 degrees. We're told other kids got sick as well.
While tests have been sent off by local physicians to determine if it is the Swine flu, the Boys and Girls Club says parents should be aware, but not afraid to bring their kids to the center.
Faron adds, the club is passing out information to parents about the flu and passing around the sanitizer to all of the kids in the center.
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